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Oscilloscope using ATmega32U4 for data acquisition.

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LXASCOPE is a dual channel oscilloscope application for Linux, using an ATmega32U4 device for data acquisition, with USB port for communication with the PC. The Look and Feel is close to a traditional oscilloscope. ATmega32U4 are used on Arduino Leonardo and Micro, Teensy2 and Adafruit breakout board, as well as many clones.

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  • display modes: two channels, time/add/xy
  • vertical: 2mV to 10V per division
  • horizontal: 2ms to 5 sec (full sweep)
  • trigger: on/off, channel and edge selection; trigger level -10 to +10V
  • hysteresis up to 5V
  • signal measurements: max, min, pp, avg, rms
  • 3000 to 7000 samples per second, per channel


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